Institute of Economic Research,Research Division of Economic Institutions and Policy
OSHIO Takashi
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Books

1.Life and health: Econometric analysis of social determinants of health
Iwanami Shoten 2018
ISBN 9784000099271

Paper

1.Examining how elderly employment is associated with institutional disincentives in Japan(jointly worked)
Journal of the Japanese and International Economies 2020 Academic journal
ISSN 0889-1583doi
2.Association between area-level risk of job instability and workers' health: a multi-level analysis using population-based survey data from Japan
Journal of Epidemiology 2020 Academic journal
ISSN 1349-9092
3.Lingering impact of starting working life during a recession: health outcomes of survivors of the “employment ice age” (1993–2004) in Japan
Journal of Epidemiology 2020 Academic journal
ISSN 1349-9092doi
4.Exploring the health-relevant poverty line: a study using the data of 663,000 individuals in Japan
International Journal for Equity in Health Vol.18,No.205 2019 Academic journal
ISSN 1475-9276doi
5.Labor force participation of the elderly in Japan(jointly worked)
Courtney C. Coile, Kevin Milligan, and David A. Wise eds., Social Security Programs and Retirement around the World: Working Longer pp.163-178 2019 Book
ISBN 978-0-226-61929-3
6.Is a positive association between female employment and fertility still spurious in developed countries?
Demographic Research Vol.41,No.45,pp.1277-1288 2019 Academic journal
ISSN 1435-9871doi
7.Educational level as a predictor of the incidences of non-communicable diseases among middle-aged Japanese: a hazards-model analysis(jointly worked)
BMC Public Health Vol.19,No.852 2019 Academic journal
ISSN 1471-2458doi
8.Which is riskier for mental health, living alone or not participating in any social activity? Evidence from a population-based eleven-year survey in Japan(jointly worked)
Social Science & Medicine Vol.233,pp.64-70 2019 Academic journal
ISSN 0277-9536 doi
9.Health capacity to work and its long-term trend among the Japanese elderly(jointly worked)
Journal of the Japanese and International Economies Vol.51,pp.76-86 2019 Academic journal
ISSN 0889-1583doi
10.Preventive impact of social participation on the onset of non-communicable diseases among middle-aged adults: A 10-wave hazards-model analysis in Japan(jointly worked)
Preventive Medicine Vol.118,pp.272-278 2019 Academic journal
ISSN 0091-7435doi
11.Relative deprivation, poverty, and mortality in Japanese older adults: a six-year follow-up of the JAGES cohort survey(jointly worked)
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health Vol.16,No.2,pp.182- 2019 Academic journal
ISSN 1660- 4601doi
12.How does informal caregiving affect daughters’ employment and mental health in Japan?(jointly worked)
Journal of the Japanese and International Economies Vol.49,pp.1-7 2018 Academic journal
ISSN 0889-1583 doi
13.Association between successful smoking cessation and changes in marital and job status and health behaviours: evidence from a 10-wave nationwide survey in Japan
BMC Public Health Vol.18,No.1051 2018 Academic journal
ISSN 1471-2458doi
14.Associations among job demands and resources, work engagement, and psychological distress: fixed-effects model analysis in Japan(jointly worked)
Journal of Occupational Health Vol.60,No.3,pp.254-262 2018 Academic journal
ISSN 1341-9145doi
15.Impact of parents’ need for care on middle-aged women's lifestyle and psychological distress: evidence from a nationwide longitudinal survey in Japan(jointly worked)
Health and Quality of Life Outcomes Vol.16,No.63 2018 Academic journal
ISSN 1477-7525doi
16.Widening disparities in health between educational levels and their determinants in later life: evidence from a nine-year cohort study
BMC Public Health Vol.18,No.278 2018 Academic journal
ISSN 1471-2458doi
17.The reciprocal relationship between sickness presenteeism and psychological distress in response to job stressors: evidence from a three-wave cohort study(jointly worked)
Journal of Occupational Health Vol.59,No.6,pp.552-561 2017 Academic journal
ISSN 1348-9585doi
18.Examining the mediating effect of work-to-family conflict on the associations between job stressors and employee psychological distress: a prospective cohort study(jointly worked)
BMJ Open Vol.7,No.e015608 2017 Academic journal
ISSN 2044-6055doi
19.Informal parental care and female labor supply in Japan(jointly worked)
Applied Economics Letters Vol.24,No.9,pp.635-638 2017 Academic journal
ISSN 1350-4851doi
20.The dynamic impact of retirement on health: evidence from a nationwide ten-year panel survey in Japan(jointly worked)
Preventive Medicine Vol.100,pp.287-293 2017 Academic journal
ISSN 0091-7435doi
21.Which is more relevant for perceived happiness, individual-level or area-level social capital? A multilevel mediation analysis
Journal of Happiness Studies Vol.18,No.3,pp.765-783 2017 Academic journal
ISSN 1389-4978doi
22.Health capacity to work at older ages: evidence from Japan(jointly worked)
David A. Wise ed., Social Security Programs and Retirement around the World: The Capacity to Work at Older Ages pp.219-241 2017 Book
ISBN 9780226442907
23.Does work-to-family conflict really matter for health? Cross-sectional, prospective cohort and fixed-effects analyses(jointly worked)
Social Science & Medicine Vol.175,pp.36-42 2017 Academic journal
ISSN 0277-9536 doi
24.Public pension benefits claiming behavior: new evidence from the Japanese Study on Aging and Retirement(jointly worked)
Japanese Economic Review Vol.67,No.3,pp.235-256 2016 Academic journal
ISSN 1468-5876doi
25.How do social activities mitigate informal caregivers' psychological distress? Evidence from a nine-year panel survey in Japan(jointly worked)
Health and Quality of Life Outcomes Vol.14,No.117 2016 Academic journal
ISSN 1477-7525doi
26.Are Japanese men of pensionable age underemployed or overemployed?(jointly worked)
Japanese Economic Review Vol.67,No.2,pp.150-168 2016 Academic journal
ISSN 1468-5876doi
27.Can leisure-time physical activity improve health checkup results? Evidence from Japanese occupational panel data(jointly worked)
Journal of Occupational Health Vol.58,No.4,pp.354-364 2016 Academic journal
ISSN 1341-9145doi
28.The association between job stress and leisure-time physical inactivity adjusted for individual attributes: evidence from a Japanese occupational cohort survey(jointly worked)
Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment & Health Vol.42,No.3,pp.228-236 2016 Academic journal
ISSN 1795-990Xdoi
29.Protecting human security: Proposals for the G7 Ise-Shima Summit in Japan(jointly worked)
Lancet Vol.387,No.10033,pp.2155-2162 2016 Academic journal
ISSN 0140-6736doi
30.Gender-specific linkages of parents' childhood physical abuse and neglect with children's problem behaviour: evidence from Japan(jointly worked)
BMC Public Health Vol.16,No.403 2016 Academic journal
ISSN 1471-2458doi
31.The association between individual-level social capital and health: cross-sectional, prospective cohort, and fixed-effects models
Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health Vol.70,No.1,pp.25-30 2016 Academic journal
ISSN 1470-2738doiLink
32.Option value of work, health status, and retirement decisions in Japan: Evidence from the Japanese Study on Aging and retirement (JSTAR)(jointly worked)
David A. Wise ed., Social Security Programs and Retirement around the World: Disability Insurance Programs and Retirement, The University of Chicago Press pp.497-535 2015 Book
ISBN 9780226262574
33.The impact of the experience of childhood poverty on adult health-risk behaviors in Japan: a mediation analysis(jointly worked)
International Journal for Equity in Health Vol.14,No.145 2015 Academic journal
ISSN 1475-9276doiLink
34.How is an informal caregiver's psychological distress associated with prolonged caregiving? Evidence from a six-wave panel survey in Japan
Quality of Life Research Vol.24,No.12,pp.2907-2915 2015 Academic journal
ISSN 1573-2649doiLink
35.The direct and indirect effects of initial job status on midlife psychological distress in Japan: Evidence from a mediation analysis(jointly worked)
Industrial Health Vol.53,No.4,pp.311-321 2015 Academic journal
ISSN 1880-8026doiCiNiiLink
36.Do time-invariant confounders explain away the association between job stress and workers' mental health?: Evidence from Japanese occupational panel data(jointly worked)
Social Science & Medicine Vol.126,pp.138-144 2015 Academic journal
ISSN 0277-9536doiLink
37.Self-rated health status of the Japanese and Europeans in later life: Evidence from JSTAR and SHARE(jointly worked)
Japanese Economic Review Vol.65,No.4,pp.483-498 2014 Academic journal
ISSN 1468-5876doiLink
38.Multidimensional poverty and health: Evidence from a nationwide survey in Japan(jointly worked)
International Journal for Equity in Health Vol.13,No.128 2014 Academic journal
ISSN 1475-9276doiLink
39.The association between involvement in family caregiving and mental health among middle-aged adults in Japan
Social Science & Medicine Vol.115,pp.121-129 2014 Academic journal
ISSN 0277-9536doiLink
40.The mediating and moderating effects of workplace social capital on the associations between adverse work characteristics and psychological distress among Japanese workers(jointly worked)
Industrial Health Vol.52,No.4,pp.313-323 2014 Academic journal
ISSN 1880-8026doiLink
41.Option value of work, health status, and retirement decisions in Japan: Evidence from the Japanese Study on Aging and Retirement (JSTAR)(jointly worked)
NBER Working Paper Vol.w20001 2014 Academic journal
doiLink
42.The association between perceived income inequality and subjective well-being: Evidence from a social survey in Japan(jointly worked)
Social Indicators Research Vol.116,No.3,pp.755-770 2014 Academic journal
ISSN 1573-0921doiLink
43.The association of life satisfaction and self-rated health with income dynamics among male employees in Japan(jointly worked)
Japan and the World Economy Vol.28,pp.143-150 2013 Academic journal
ISSN 0922-1425doiLink
44.Revisiting the labor supply effect of social security earnings test: new evidence from its elimination and reinstatement in Japan(jointly worked)
Japan and the World Economy Vol.28,pp.99-111 2013 Academic journal
ISSN 0922-1425doiLink
45.The impact of interpersonal childhood adversity on adult mental health: How much is mediated by social support and socioeconomic status in Japan?(jointly worked)
Public Health Vol.127,No.8,pp.754-760 2013 Academic journal
ISSN 0033-3506doiLink
46.Impact of interpersonal childhood adversity on adult mental health: How much is mediated by social support and socioeconomic status in Japan?(jointly worked)
Public Health Vol.127,No.8,pp.754-760 2013 Academic journal
ISSN 0033-3506doiLink
47.Fiscal sustainability under an aging population in Japan: A financial market perspective(jointly worked)
Public Policy Review Vol.9,No.4,pp.735-750 2013 Academic journal
ISSN 1880-0955Link
48.Ability transmission, endogenous fertility, and educational subsidy(jointly worked)
Applied Economics Vol.45,No.17,pp.2469-2479 2013 Academic journal
ISSN 0003-6846doiLink
49.Division of household labor and marital satisfaction in China, Japan, and Korea(jointly worked)
Journal of Family and Economic Issues Vol.34,No.2,pp.211-223 2013 Academic journal
ISSN 1573-3475Link
50.Childhood adversity and adulthood subjective well-being: Evidence from Japan(jointly worked)
Journal of Happiness Studies Vol.14,No.3,pp.843-860 2013 Academic journal
ISSN 1389-4978doiLink
51.Neighbourhood satisfaction, self-rated health, and psychological attributes: A multilevel analysis in Japan(jointly worked)
Journal of Environmental Psychology Vol.32,No.4,pp.410-417 2012 Academic journal
ISSN 0272-4944doiLink
52.What factors determine student performance in East Asia?: New evidence from the 2007 trends in international mathematics and science study(jointly worked)
Asian Economic Journal Vol.26,No.4,pp.333-357 2012 Academic journal
ISSN 1467-8381doiLink
53.Gender differences in the associations of life satisfaction with family and social relations among the Japanese elderly
Journal of Cross-Cultural Gerontology Vol.27,No.3,pp.259-274 2012 Academic journal
ISSN Journal of Cross-CuldoiLink
54.Demographic change, intergenerational altruism, and fiscal policy: A political economy approach(jointly worked)
Studies in Applied Economics Vol.6,pp.1-15 2012 Academic journal
ISSN 1882-9562CiNii
55.Disability pension program and labor force participation in Japan: A Historical Perspective(jointly worked)
David A. Wise ed., Social Security Programs and Retirement around the World: Historical Trends in Mortality and Health, Employment, and Disability Insurance Participation and Reforms, The University of Chicago Press pp.391-417 2012 Book
ISBN 9780226903095
56.Relative income and happiness in Asia: Evidence from nationwide surveys in China, Japan, and Korea(jointly worked)
Social Indicators Research Vol.104,No.3,pp.351-367 2011 Academic journal
ISSN 0303-8300doiLink
57.Area-level income inequality and individual happiness: Evidence from Japan(jointly worked)
Journal of Happiness Studies Vol.12,No.4,pp.633-649 2011 Academic journal
ISSN 1389-4978doiLink
58.Disability pension program and labor force participation in Japan: A historical perspective(jointly worked)
NBER Working Paper Vol.17052 2011 Academic journal
Link
59.Social security reforms and labor force participation of the elderly in Japan(jointly worked)
http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1468-5876.2009.00505.x/abstract;jsessionid=D73BF6F46F71E6A0146577AD8581A482.f01t03 Vol.62,No.2,pp.248-271 2011 Academic journal
ISSN 1352-4739doiLink
60.Comparing marginal commodity tax reforms in Japan and Korea(jointly worked)
Journal of Asian Economics Vol.21,No.6,pp.579-592 2010 Academic journal
ISSN 1049-0078doiLink
61.Child poverty as a determinant of life outcomes: Evidence from nationwide surveys in Japan(jointly worked)
Social Indicators Research Vol.99,No.1,pp.81-99 2010 Academic journal
ISSN 0303-8300doiLink
62.New evidence on the initial transition from career job to retirement in Japan(jointly worked)
Industrial Relations Vol.49,No.2,pp.248-274 2010 Academic journal
ISSN 0019-8676doiLink
63.Estimate of the production function of education: Combined junior/senior high schools(jointly worked)
The Japanese Economy Vol.37,No.2,pp.83-119 2010 Academic journal
doiLink
64.Income inequality, perceived happiness, and self-rated health: Evidence from nationwide surveys in Japan(jointly worked)
Social Science & Medicine Vol.70,No.9,pp.1358-1366 2010 Academic journal
ISSN 0277-9536doiLink
65.Does social security induce withdrawal of the old from the labor force and create jobs for the young? The case of Japan(jointly worked)
Social Security Programs and Retirement around the World: The Relationship to Youth Employment, eds. by J. Gruber and D.A. Wise, The University of Chicago Press pp.217-241 2010 Book
ISBN 9780226309484
66.Evaluations by parents of education reforms: Evidence from a parent survey in Japan(jointly worked)
Education Economics Vol.18,No.2,pp.229-246 2010 Academic journal
ISSN 1469-5782doiLink
67.Income inequality, area-level poverty, perceived aversion to inequality and self-rated health in Japan(jointly worked)
Social Science & Medicine Vol.69,No.3,pp.317-326 2009 Academic journal
ISSN 0277-9536doiLink
68.Maximum size of social security in a model of endogenous fertility(jointly worked)
Economics Bulletin Vol.29,No.2,pp.644-654 2009 Academic journal
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69.How long should we stay in education if ability is screened?(jointly worked)
Metroeconomica Vol.60,No.3,pp.409-431 2009 Academic journal
ISSN 0026-1386doiLink
70.How the distribution of after-tax income changed over the 1990s business cycle: a comparison of the United States, Great Britain, Germany and Japan(jointly worked)
Journal of Income Distribution Vol.17,No.1,pp.87-109 2008 Academic journal
ISSN 1874-6322Link
71.Which is more welfare-improving, social security reform or childcare support?
Pravartak: Journal of Insurance and Risk Management Vol.3,No.2,pp.49-55 2008 Academic journal
72.The optimal and accepted sizes of social security under uncertainty(jointly worked)
Japanese Journal of Social Security Policy Vol.17,No.1,pp.25-30 2008 Academic journal
ISSN 1348-7183
73.Financial implications of social security reforms in Japan(jointly worked)
Social Security Programs and Retirement around the World: Fiscal Implications, eds. by J. Gruber and D.A. Wise, The University of Chicago Press pp.295-326 2007 Book
ISBN 9780226310176
74.Winners and losers over the 1990s business cycles in Germany, Great Britain, Japan, and the United States(jointly worked)
Journal of Applied Social Science Studies Vol.127,No.1,pp.75-84 2007 Academic journal
75.The economics of education in Japan: A survey of empirical studies and unresolved issues(jointly worked)
The Japanese Economy Vol.34,No.1,pp.46-81 2007 Academic journal
ISSN 2329-194XdoiLink
76.Financial Implications of Social Security Reforms in Japan(jointly worked)
Social Security Programs and Retirement around the World: Fiscal Implications, eds. by J. Gruber and D.A. Wise, The University of Chicago Press pp.295-326 2007 Book
ISBN 9780226310176
77.Income inequality trends and their challenges to redistribution policies in Japan(jointly worked)
Journal of Income Distribution Vol.16,No.3-4,pp.9-30 2007 Academic journal
ISSN 1874-6322Link
78.Introduction to the Special Issue of the JID on Income Inequality in Japan(jointly worked)
Journal of Income Distribution Vol.16,No.3-4,pp.2-8 2007 Academic journal
ISSN 1874-6322Link
79.Optimal education policies under an equity-efficiency trade-off
Population Change, Labor Markets and Sustainable Growth, eds. by A. Mason and M. Yamaguchi, Elsevier pp.211-242 2007 Book
ISBN 978-0-444-53051-6
80.Multidimensional poverty and perceived happiness: Evidence from China, Japan, and Korea(jointly worked)
Asian Economic Journal 2006 Academic journal
ISSN 1467-8381
81.Income inequality and redistribution policies in Japan during the 1980s and 1990s
Journal of Income Distribution Vol.15,No.IndexIssue,pp.119-146 2006 Academic journal
ISSN 1874-6322Link
82.Coresidence with parents and a wife's decision to work in Japan(jointly worked)
Japanese Journal of Social Security Policy Vol.5,No.1,pp.35-48 2006 Academic journal
ISSN 1348-7183
83.Social security and intragenerational redistribution of lifetime income in Japan
Japanese Economic Review Vol.56,No.1,pp.85-106 2005 Academic journal
ISSN 1352-4739doiLink
84.The impact of public pension benefits on income and poverty of the elderly in Japan(jointly worked)
Japanese Journal of Social Security Policy Vol.4,No.2,pp.54-66 2005 Academic journal
ISSN 1348-7183
85.Social security and trust fund management
Journal of the Japanese and International Economies Vol.18,No.4,pp.528-550 2004 Academic journal
ISSN 0889-1583doiLink
86.Childcare support and social security reform
Kobe University Economic Review Vol.50,pp.59-80 2004 Academic journal
ISSN 0454111CiNii
87.Social security and retirement in Japan: an evaluation using micro-data(jointly worked)
Social Security and Programs and Retirement around the World, ed.by J Gruber and D.Wise, The University of Chicago Press pp.399-460 2004 Book
ISBN 9780226310183
88.Intra-age, inter-age and lifetime income redistribution
Journal of Population and Social Security Vol.1,No.1,pp.36-49 2002 Academic journal
89.Social security and retirement in Japan(jointly worked)
Social Security and Retirement around the World, eds. by J. Gruber and D. Wise, The University of Chicago Press pp.239-267 1999 Book
ISBN 9780226310114
90.Mental Health among Middle-aged and Older Adults: Evidence from a Nationwide Panel Survey in Japan
The Economic Review (Keizai Kenkyu) Vol.65,No.4,pp.332-344 2014 Academic journal
ISSN 00229733HERMES-IR
91.Does Initial Job Status Affect Midlife Outcomes? : Evidence from a Survey in Japan(jointly worked)
The Economic Review (Keizai Kenkyu) Vol.64,No.4,pp.289-302 2013 Academic journal
ISSN 00229733HERMES-IR
92.Relative Income and Subjective Well-Being in Japan-Perceived Happiness, Self-Rated Health, and Trust-(jointly worked)
The Economic Review (Keizai Kenkyu) Vol.63,No.1,pp.42-55 2012 Academic journal
ISSN 00229733HERMES-IR
93.Social Security and Childcare Allowance in a Model of Endogenous Fertility(jointly worked)
The Economic Review (Keizai Kenkyu) Vol.61,No.2,pp.126-136 2010 Academic journal
ISSN 00229733HERMES-IR
94.The "quasi-market" in education: experiences in the UK and their implications for education policies in Japan(jointly worked)
Vol.44,No.1,pp.59-69 2008 Academic journal
ISSN 03873064CiNii
95.Poverty Problems in Japanese Households : Income Inequality, Poverty and Polarization in the First Half of the 2000s(jointly worked)
Vol.198,No.2,pp.39-54 2008 Academic journal
ISSN 03873129CiNii
96.The trend of poverty and redistribution policies in the first half of the 2000s(jointly worked)
Vol.44,No.3,pp.278-290 2008 Academic journal
ISSN 03873064CiNii
97.Employer-sponsored Pension Plans and Financial Education--Empirical Studies in the U.S. and Their Implications for Japanese 401 (k)
Vol.44,No.7,pp.12-23 2002 Academic journal
ISSN 09163808CiNii
98.Child-care Support, Pension Reform, and Fertility
Vol.36,No.4,pp.535-546 2001 Academic journal
ISSN 03873064CiNii
99.Uncertainty and the Optimal Level of Social Security Benefits
The Economic Review (Keizai Kenkyu) Vol.51,No.4,pp.311-320 2000 Academic journal
HERMES-IR
100.Pension and Employment Insurance Reforms and Pension Wealth
Vol.33,No.3,pp.286-297 1997 Academic journal
ISSN 03873064CiNii

Other

1.Health capacity to work at older age: evidence from Japan(jointly worked)
NBER Working Paper, w21971 2016 Other
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2.Work Capacity of Older Adults in Japan(jointly worked)
CIS Discussion paper series Vol.635 2014 Other
HERMES-IR

Oral Presentation

NOName of subject/Conference NameYearSite
1.Is the positive association between female employment and fertility still spurious in developed countries?(2016 International Conference on Population Aging in Three East Asian Countries)
2016.08Korea University, Korea
2.Income inequality and well-being in Japan: some issues(OECD NAEC Seminar)
2015.03Paris

Scientific Research Funds Results

NOResearch subjectResearch itemYear
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Scientific Research (A)2017-2019
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Scientific Research (A)2014-2016
3.An economic analysis of income inequality and poverty
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-2009-2013
4.Theoretical and empirical analysis of the optimal cost sharing among the state, firms and individuals in social security
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Scientific Research (C)2007-2008
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